Welcome to Devine & Co
Devine & Co (formerly Ahern & Co.) is a long established firm of Chartered Accountants, Auditors and Tax Advisors based in Boyle, County Roscommon. We have a broad client base and we provide services to clients all over Ireland.
We take a genuine interest in our clients businesses, understanding their goals and helping them avail of any potential opportunities, minimise risk, while satisfying all legal and Revenue obligations. We believe in developing strong relationships with our clients and we aim to meet their needs in a responsive, effective and efficient manner. As a start to building a business relationship we have set out “Who are We”, so that you can get to know us and see how we have built our clients’ trust, and “Who are You” to help identify the areas we can help you with.
PayPal offers Irish customers new way to...January 18, 2019
PayPal Holdings, the global online payments company, is extending Money Pools – its online community savings product – to Irish consumers. Money Pools allows users to set a group fundraising goal and then share that goal with a group. “We created Money Pools because we felt that there was a need for this type of […]Read More...
Some insurance products ‘may no longer be...January 18, 2019
Some insurance products may no longer be available to Irish consumers if there is a no-deal Brexit, the Central Bank has warned. Deputy Governor Ed Sibley said this morning that the supply of “niche” products may reduce or end altogether. That’s because policies underwritten from the UK or Gibraltar will face more regulatory friction after […]Read More...
Employers shy away from people who have had...January 18, 2019
Two thirds of employers have opted not to interview someone who has had short-term jobs in the past. This is according to research from global job site Indeed. In seeking to define “job hopping”, on average employers consider six months to be a short-tenure to spend in a job, and employees consider 11 months a […]Read More...
Capital projects affected by rising costs...January 17, 2019
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has signalled possible changes to the start dates of major capital projects because of rising costs and labour shortages. At the Budget Oversight Committee, he said a much faster than expected rise in the number of large scale capital projects by the private sector was causing, leading to competition for […]Read More...
Pound steady after May’s Brexit deal voted...January 17, 2019
The pound steadied early this morning but remained on the backfoot following a volatile overnight session after British politicians defeated Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce deal by a crushing margin. The British parliament yesterday voted 432-202 against May’s deal, the worst parliamentary defeat for a government in recent British history. Investors’ short-term focus is […]Read More...
Taiwan objects to Britain’s trade plans...January 17, 2019
Taiwan objects to Britain’s proposed rules for managing its trade in services after it leaves the European Union and has requested negotiations at the World Trade Organization, according to a document seen by Reuters today. The EU has spoken for Britain on trade matters ever since the WTO was founded in 1995. As part of […]Read More...
Higher costs for air fares and restaurant...January 16, 2019
Higher costs for air fares and rising restaurant prices saw the inflation rate move up slightly. The annual inflation rate crept up to 0.7pc in December compared with the same month in the previous year. The annual rise was 0.6pc in November. The slight rise in the inflation rate was despite falls in petrol and […]Read More...
Petrol prices plunge but the taxman takes...January 16, 2019
Car fuel prices have dropped to their lowest level in almost 18 months, according to an AA Ireland survey. The drop is due to a global fall in the cost of crude oil as a result of greater supply. AA said the fall was no thanks to the State which takes 64pc of the cost […]Read More...